Tuesday, 26 August 2008

No-Planer Cointelpro Operation Becoming Transparent

COINTELPRO, an acronym for Counter Intelligence Program, was a series of covert operations conducted by the FBI starting in the mid 50’s and continuing until 1976 when it was exposed by the investigations The Church Committee. One of the primary methods of COINTELPRO consisted of forging pseudo-movement groups as a means of conducting Psychological Warfare operations to spread disinformation, disrupt, and divide existing movements. These ‘psy-ops’ tended to foment suspicions among the targeted movements and try to dissuade sympathies from people outside the targeted movement.

Today, COINTELPRO has reared its ugly head again, with infiltrations popping up everywhere from Anti-War activism groups to peaceful gun owners and militias. Provocations have become more and more conspicuous to the public as the Seattle World Trade Organization protests and Ontario Security and Prosperity Partnership protests successfully exposed provocateur operations. Of course, something as dangerous to the establishment *body politic* as 9/11 has not been without its alleged incidents of COINTELPRO action. Allegations of government disinformation have been swirling around certain figures in the movement, such as former Bush Administration official Morgan Reynolds, who has recently proposed that “no planes hit the World Trade Center”, has alleged “TV Fakery”, and submitted that the towers were brought down by “Directed Energy Weapons” a.k.a. “Laser Beams”.

http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/government/fraud/911_attack/news.php?q=1218648029

Victoria Ashley from Scholars for 911 Truth and Justice wrote a detailed essay on this matter which can be read here.

As a rule, all information regarding 911 truth must be based on verifiable material. Unfounded conjecture, must be rejected. The fanciful interpretations of some truth advocates are obviously unacceptable in terms of advancing the case against the official narrative.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 26th, 2008]

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